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to have successfully tested a nuclear warhead. how world leaders are responding the country's actions. we start out with some sunshine today but as an area of high pressure moves farther to the east, we will see more clouds roll in ahead of an approaching low pressure system. we can expect some rain later today and tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday afternoon as high pressure builds over us again. cooler air takes over for the weekend with highs in the low 70s but we do bounce back to the upper 70s monday. chilly air arrives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. today: morning sun the more afternoon clouds. rain and a chance for thunderstorms late pm. high:
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chance of thunderstorms. low: 66 dewpoint: 69 wind: w/nw 3-7 mph nicole adlibs traffic red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays breaking news. north korea says it conducted its fifth test of a nuclear warhead today. several countries are now condemning the actions from pyongyang as tensions ri peninsula. angelica joins us now with the latest. the white house says president obama has been briefed about the matter ...and has consulted with the south korean president and japanese prime minister. neighboring countries can't confirm if it was actually a nuclear bomb...they were able to detect a powerful explosion. the latest nuclear test caused a five- point-three magnitude earthquake...which was detected by south korean and international reporting agencies. north korean state television says the latest test is in retaliation to recent
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warhead could be mounted on ballistic rockets and would enable north korea to produce "a variety of smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear warheads of higher strike power." we have some sad news to pass along -- a milwaukee radio host, eric von, died yesterday. let's turn to julie collins live from the w-n-o-v radio station where von most recently worked - julie? many of his colleages calling this a huge loss not only for the radio particularly the african-american community. von was a radio host for 25 years. he served as the business manager for radio one in washington, d.c....was a regular panelist on wisconsin public televisions...and most recently
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until 9:00 a.m on w-n-o-v. he was an influential figure in milwaukee's black community -- starting the online publication brain brawn & body, a health and wellness website committed to improving the health of african american men and their families. many people paying their respects via twitter including representative david bowen who said - "a big loss to mke and the #shermanpark neighborhood! eric von was a giant of integrity! i will miss you brother!" and 'i tr eric von gave me access to spread truth while others did the opposite. i'm #thankful!' on von's show this morning a regualr fill in - michelle bryant will host - she plans to bring together some of his many guests in a tribute to vons radio career. von was just 58 years old. reporting live from the w-n-o-v radio station - i'm julie collins. fox 6 news. the missing witness who held up an arson murder trial in milwaukee - has
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held in the milwaukee county jail on unrelated charges. he was scheduled to be in court wednesday for the arson trial of michael morgan. morgan is accused of setting a fire to a home in milwaukee that killed two young children last october. his trial is set to resume monday. take a look at these surveillance pictures. the two are accused of robbing three milwaukee restaurants early wednesday morning at gunpoint. these are pictures from the robbery at the denny's near 27th and howard. police say one is a woman... the other suspect could either be a man or pair robbed a northwest side denny's and a george webb on the east side. some money raised for student activities at brookfield central high school... allegedly went into the pockets of a now-former choir director. 53-year old phillip olson was fired from the school in april of last year after more than 23 years on the job. this week-- prosecutors charged him with theft... claiming he embezzled tens of thousands of dollars. it was money that was supposed to go to the choir. instead, olson allegedly used
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gravesite. police say he owes the school account 47-thousand dollars. a part of south milwaukee's downtown could soon see some new development. a multi-million dollar project is being proposed. developer vetter denk wants to bring a microbrewery, a 24-unit apartment building, retail and restaurant space to the area at 11th and madison. the lot currently hosts a farmer's market every thursday and would also be included in the plan. the developers still need approval from the planning commission and city council. the mayor says he's hopeful for what it's a great project. an estimated $6.6 million. one of the biggest developments downtown in many many decades. the developers will go in front of the planning commission later this month. if it passes, it will go in front of the council. if approved after that -- construction could begin as soon as next spring. sunday marks the 15th anniversary of 9-11. the remembrance ceremonies that are set to take place today. it's the largest fine a financial institution has received from the consumer financial protection
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after hundreds of students are displaced after they find out i-t-t was closing.. how m-a-t-c is stepping in to help out. dan krebbiel: i'm dan krehbiel -- a vietnam combat veteran. we don't need politicians playing games with attack ads. there's a better way. i've read russ feingold's plan. he goes after the terrorists' oil money and arms supplies. he combines targeted military force with and, he'll work to get middle eastern states to take on the terrorists in their own backyard. russ feingold offers a tough, realistic plan to protect america. russ vo: i'm russ feingold and i
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it's about time the taco... came out of its shell. it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury. you can never tell from the outside just how many warm, flaky layers are on the inside. but let's just say it's more than ever. share the warmth of grands biscuits, now with even more flaky layers
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we start out with some sun but more clouds this afternoon and rain now with highs near 80. our chance for storms next. more help for those displaced i-t-t tech students who found
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at m-a-t-c says the school has set up a phone line and an email account for i-t-t students looking to transfer. she says students can also walk in to set up an appointment with a counselor. at that meeting, the school would review the student's paperwork to see which i-t-t credits would carry over... each student case is individual and so i encourage them to bring a transcript and we can see if we can do credit for prior learning, work experience evaluation. board says students can get their federal students loans for i-t-t forgiven...but there's a catch. the student would have to enroll in an entirely different area of study. we have links to the e-a-b's page for i-t-t students, and also the ways students can reach out to m-a-t-c. it's all on our website -- fox-six- now-dot-com. banking giant wells fargo, slapped with a 185-million-dollar fine for
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order to meet sales goals. california and federal regulators fined wells fargo, alleging the bank's employees illegally opened more than two million unauthorized accounts for their customers... in some cases, wells fargo employees created fake email addresses to sign up customers for online banking services. in turn -- the bank took money from customers in the form of fees on accounts customers didn't even know they had. wells fargo will also pay 5 million dollars in refunds to customers. it is the largest fine the consumer financial protection bureau has levied coming up at six -- chicago police raid a home expecting to find a large amount of marijuana. the mistake they made that left them empty handed. android users listen up... why f-a-a says you may want to think twice before bringing your samsung galaxy note seven on a plane. coming up in sports -- the packers have their eyes on another championship. how the team is preparing for the beginning of the journey that will hopefully last until
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so they say it's a man's world? well i don't see anybody's name on it. we slowly changed all that.
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today but as an area of high pressure moves farther to the east, we will see more clouds roll in ahead of an approaching low pressure system. we can expect some rain later today and tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday afternoon as high pressure builds over us again. cooler air takes over for the weekend with highs in the low 70s but we do bounce back to the upper 70s monday. chilly air arrives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. today: morning sun the more afternoon clouds. rain and a chance for thunderstorms late pm. high: 80 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain and a 66 dewpoint: 69 wind: w/nw 3-7 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no
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president obama is expected to meet with congressional leaders at the white house. a source familiar with the meeting says its set for monday. reports say the president invited senate majority leader mitch mcconnell, senate minority leader harry reid, house speaker paul ryan pelosi to the meeting. it's expected to focus on the agenda for the final months of the year, including obama's push to ratify the trans-pacific partnership and funding to combat the zika virus. later today -- the house will hold a remembrance ceremony for the 15th anniversary of 9-11. the ceremony will take place on the house steps of the capitol. house speaker paul ryan is expected to speak in addition to democratic leader nany pelosi. members of the house will also take part in a rendition of "god
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also expected to lead a moment of silence with department of justice employees this morning. the f-a-a is warning flyers... don't use your samsung galaxy note 7 smartphones on planes. the warning comes after samsung's recall over complaints that batteries were catching fire. the company said a week ago it was stopping sales of the phones and would recall two-and a half million of them in 10 countries. now, the f-a-a doesn't want passengers t the note 7 phones while onboard planes. it also doesn't want people to stow them in any checked baggage. and a man in florida says his galaxy note 7 exploded in his car...sparking a fire that destroyed his vehicle. dornacher says: "that's the last thought in my head a brand new device something as simple as a phone is going to burn down my car, my house or hurt a family member. the phone had apparently been charging when it started on
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days. he says he didn't know about the recall and the manufacturer isn't being very helpful. he says he's lucky no one was hurt. a mother misses her daughter -- but is glad she was able to get to her at a very critical time. that's because of technology she didn't know she had. shannon flegal's daugther- ashlyn - was hit by a car in july.she had no i.d.... just a password locked cell phone. but when an officer used it to call 9-1-1, flegal got an automatic text telling her, her daughter's phone was used to call the emergency line. she subscribed to plan. "when i arrived at children's and went into the room her band said jane doe. :31 so, without that text i don't know how long it would have been before someone found out that she belonged to me." sadly -- ashlyn died a week later-- but shannon's grateful she was able to get to her right away. shannon wanted to share her story so other parents are aware of the technology
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especially during emergencies. toss to rob we start out with some sunshine today but as an area of high pressure moves farther to the east, we will see more clouds roll in ahead of an approaching low pressure system. we can expect some rain later today and tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday builds over us again. cooler air takes over for the weekend with highs in the low 70s but we do bounce back to the upper 70s monday. chilly air arrives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. today: morning sun the more afternoon clouds. rain and a chance for thunderstorms late pm. high: 80 dewpoint: 67 wind: se
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low: 66 dewpoint: 69 wind: w/nw 3-7 mph saturday: morning showers then more sunshine. high: 72 dewpoint: 61 wind: nw 15-25 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 48 high: 74 dewpoint: 52 wind: s 5-10 mph monday: increasingly cloudy with showers returning overnight. am low: 56 high: 78 dew wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with showers and a chance for thunderstorms. am low: 60 high: 74 dewpoint: 58 wind: nw 5-10 mph wednesday:partly sunny. am low: 51 high: 68 dewpoint: 51 wind: ene 5-10 mph we start out with some sunshine today but as an area of high pressure moves farther to the east, we will see more clouds roll in ahead of an
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expect some rain later today and tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday afternoon as high pressure builds over us again. cooler air takes over for the weekend with highs in the low 70s but we do bounce back to the upper 70s monday. chilly air arrives by midweek with highs slipping into the 60s. today: morning sun the more afternoon clouds. rain and a chance for thunderstorms late pm. high: 80 dewpoint: 67 wind: se 5-15 mph tonight: rain and a chance of thunderstorms. low: 66 dewpoint: 69 wind: w/nw 3-7 mph saturday: morning showers then more sunshine. high: 72 dewpoint: 61 wind: nw 15-25 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 48 high: 74 dewpoint: 52 wind: s 5-10 mph monday: ineasingly o8 nd: sw 5- mph tuesday: stly clou with showers anda cham w: 60 high: wint: 58 wind: nw1 sunny. am lo high: 68 dewpoint e 5-10 mph big weather the number of packers on this year's roster who won super bowl 45 keeps dropping, kuhn, masthay, now sitton, all gone... the goal of winning another championship remains however..... it almost seems like an eternity ago that, you know, we're hungry. it's just about winning the games when it
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success this year. it's just about winning when it matters. and i think we've got the guys to that. we do every year. it's just about making those plays, getting those wins and moving forward to what we feel like as a team we can achieve." step one of the path to who knows starts for the packers this sunday at jacksonville.... we'll have the kickoff right here on foxs noon, with the giants and cowboys to follow.... and of course we'll be wrapping up the opening slate of games with the fox six sports blitz at 10:35 sunday night... thanks to your voting, we have a winner for our high school blitz game of the week. tom pipines will be heading to kenosha for the indian trail-tremper game. so that means he will feature the game on fox 6 news at 6, 9 and during the blitz at 10. fresh off of a series win against baseball's best team, the cubs, the brewers were looking to bring the same energy and results to
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against the cardinals. after the cardinals take a 1-0 lead in the 1st, the brewers bats fire up as domingo santana ties the game with a solo home run in the 2nd. the next batter gives the brewers a 2-1 lead as orlando arcia hits his 3rd home run of the year. in the 6th,the brewers blow the game open, wcoring 6 runs in the inning, 2 coming on the hernan perez double. he goes 4-5 with 3 rbi's . and the brewers win their 3rd we've got the fox sports high school blitz tonight at 10 o clock, can't wait to show you all the games and tom pipines from kenosha. that's it for sports have a great day. coming up next -- a traffic nightmare in delaware...after thousands of pennies spill on the road. how long it took to clean up the sea of copper. plus - portland authorities cracking down on unpaid parking tickets. why this mustang got the boot....and how much the owner owes - after the break. in the six o'clock hour of wakeup -- liftoff for
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potentially dangerous asteroid. we upped the ante at culver's southwest chicken sandwich. all-natural, whole white meat chicken breast. topped with spicy pepper jack cheese and jalape?o ranch. on a lightly buttered, toasted ciabatta roll. the perfect cheese for pepper jack is going to be creamy and mild, and it's really going to tone down the spiciness of the peppers. you're going to taste the cheese first, and then you're going to get just a little bit of warmth from the peppers. it's really good. a bold new flavor and only here for a limited time. mmmhmm.
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wakeup news. morning sun then more clouds this afternoon with rain later today and tonight. highs near 80 today. right now . when we dip to the 60s next! indian summer festival celebrating its 30th anniversary this weekend at the summerefst grounds. both traditional and contemporary native culture will be shared with attendees...including food, and today is education day. a hands-on experience being offered to teachers and students between 9 and 2-30 this afternoon. the festival officially opens to the public at 4....and runs through sunday. our carl deffenbaugh will be live there this morning starting in the 7 o clock hour of wakeup. "there are stories about what
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and flick series..."star wars the force awakens!" the outdoor event takes place at discovery world on the lakefront and starts at 5. the movie starts at dusk. wisconsin is a pretty cool place...but what is the coolest thing about the state? well now is your time to weigh in on the debate. wisconsin's chamber of commerce is attempting to get to the bottom of the burning question. they are sponsoring the online voting contest with johnson financial group. nominated. to cast a vote-- gotto fox6now.com and search coolest. voting ends monday. the winner will be presented with the wisconsin's coolest thing award in october. a penny for your thoughts...how about 5-point-6 million of them? a tractor trailer carrying that many unstamped pennies crashed yesterday in delaware...scatterin g the copper pieces all over the freeway. the driver suffered minor injuries in the crash. it
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the 40-thousand pounds of pennies...along with the oil, gas, and truck itself. the truck was carrying the unstamped money to the u-s mint in philadelphia. portland begins cracking down on unpaid parking tickets....and one of the first cars to get a boot put on is a mustang with a whopping 16- thousand dollars in outstanding fines. the fancy car with the yellow boot and stickers plastered on the windows has become a minor attraction. residents were seen taking photos of the someone could let the violations rack up so much. starting this week -- portland officials now attaching the dreaded boot to cars with more than five-hundred dollars in unpaid parking tickets. the overall total owed to the city is more than 25-thousand dollars. all anchors chat/toss to 6am
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korea claims it successfully tested a nuclear warhead - one that could be mounted on ballistic rockets. reaction from international leaders - straight ahead. i didn't know anything was going on, until my parents texted asking who had passed out over by the two mile marker. runners at a cs heat and humidity. how many fell victim to the hot temperatures... straight ahead. good morning and welcome to wakeup! kim rob's weather we start out with some sunshine today but as an area of high pressure moves farther to the east, we will see more clouds roll in ahead of an approaching low pressure system. we can expect some rain later today and tonight with a chance for thunder. that will linger into early saturday but we clear out nicely by saturday afternoon as high pressure builds over us again. cooler air takes over for the weekend with highs in the

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